Are you a movie lover? Have you ever seen a wine movie?
I grouped the 10 best wine movies ever!
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It was produced and directed by Stanley Kramer, based on the Robert Crichton‘s novel. It’s the story of the German occupation forces that want to steal Santa Vittoria’s wine but citizens, to prevent it hide all the bottles of wine.
It was directed by Jonathan Nosier. This wine movie shows how globalization has changed the world of wine. The documentary explains the difference between real wine enthusiasts and those who want only earn money with wine. The enologist Michel Rolland and the wine critic Robert Parker take part in the movie.
This movies was directed by Alexander Payne and based on Rex Pickett‘s novel. A wine tasting road trip of two guys, Jack and Miles, to celebrate Jack’s last days as bachelor. But they find soon themselves drowning in wine and women.
Max Skinner, who is a British investment expert, inherits uncle’s vineyard in Provence. He was cynic and very devoted to his work. After losing his job he will discover life pleasures in Provence.
In this movie you can find the story of an American winemaker that takes over in father’s winery. He brings the American wines in a contest dominated by French wines. The result is amazing!
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This is a comedy on the wine business. It takes aim the puffy egos of vintners, marketers, critics and even the winos. It was written and directed by wine insiders. The location is Northern California.
The movie is about the story of Maynard James Keenan that grow a vineyard in the hostile deserts of Arizona. He is helped by wine guru Eric Glomski.
This documentary is about four sommeliers during last days before the Master Sommelier exam. You can perceive their emotions, worries and all their moods before the great test. There are only 200 people all around the world that share this title.
It’s a trip from Bordeaux to Beijing, in which winemakers, wine lovers and wine critics are interviewed. They analyse trends of wine industry. On the one hand there is West with traditions, on the other hand East with unpredictability. The film is occasionally narrated by Russel Crowe.
Jason Wise has realized the sequel of Somm. He wants to explain to the viewers what wine is. He relates wine with politics, pleasure, world war, natural disasters, religion. There is also the great theme of wine rarity.
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